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Scrum Events1:09 with Matt Anthes-Washburn
This video covers the most common Scrum events so you have a good working knowledge of how each works.
Scrum event: Scrum team meeting that recurs during each Sprint
Sprint Planning: Scrum event where the team gathers to plan a new sprint
Daily Stand-up Meetings: Daily check-ins where each team member reports progress, next tasks, and issues impeding progress
Backlog Refinement: Product owner reviews product backlog items with the team for clarification and revision. The team estimates the effort of each item.
Sprint Review: Team gathers with stakeholders to demonstrate working software in the form of the Sprint Product
Retrospective: Team gathers to reflect on the work of the Sprint and identify something they can attempt to improve in the next sprint
[MUSIC] 0:00 There are several events in each sprint, which proponents of Scrum hold so 0:04 sacred that they are sometimes even called ceremonies. 0:09 These events have changed a bit as Scrum has matured, and 0:13 there's a bit of variation to how different teams approach scrum events. 0:16 Let's cover the most common scrum events so 0:20 you have a good working knowledge of how each works. 0:23 In sprint planning, the team gathers to prepare for a new sprint. 0:26 They decide exactly which items will go into the sprint. 0:30 In daily standups, each member of the team checks in with an update on his or 0:32 her status and whether there is an issue that is blocking them. 0:37 In backlog refinement, backlog items are reviewed by the team and 0:40 estimated for effort. 0:44 In the sprint review, the sprint product is demonstrated to the stakeholders. 0:46 Finally, the team wraps up with a sprint retrospective, in which the team reflects 0:51 on the work they did in the sprint, and how they did it. 0:55 The team works together to identify an area for improvement and 0:59 sets a measurable goal for the next sprint. 1:02 Next, we'll go into a little more detail on each of these sprint events. 1:05
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